New Year’s Eve is almost upon us, and it’s time to start making your resolutions for the New Year. If one of your resolutions involves looking your best in 2017, you should consider non-surgical cosmetic treatments at Allure Plastic Surgery.
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Plastic surgery has long been the province of women who want to maintain their youthful looks or regain their body confidence after the stresses of childbearing have taken their toll. In recent years, however, men are embracing the amazing benefits that plastic surgery can provide.
If you have been following the latest Hollywood trends, then you’ve seen the internet storm that has erupted over Alicia Keys’ decision to eschew makeup for her latest album cover, promotional appearances, and even tapings of The Voice.
There is no one perfect age to undergo a facelift. Facelift patients are generally in their 50s and 60s, but the degree and rapidity of your facial aging depends on a lot of factors including your genetics, your environment, and your lifestyle choices, such as smoking and sun exposure.
Baby Boomers are redefining what aging looks like. Born between 1946 and 1964, the Boomers make up 28% of the US population, and 76 million of them will turn 65 in the next two decades. But Baby Boomers aren’t resigned to living with the visible effects of aging on their faces and bodies.
Dermal fillers have evolved over the past few years from simple collagen injections that only lasted a couple of months to the long-lasting dermal fillers like Voluma® and Sculptra® that we use today. Watch New York Plastic Surgeon Dr. Elliot Heller discuss the newest facial fillers available for facial enhancement.
Both Juvederm and Radiesse are dermal fillers that can rejuvenate your facial appearance. Watch New York Plastic Surgeon Dr. Elliot Heller explain the difference between these fillers and how each can enhance your appearance.
In its second annual ranking of wrinkle risk by state, RoC Skincare ranked New York as the most wrinkle-prone state in the nation.
The rankings were based on several factors, some of which may surprise you, such as:
New York City, New York – Are you a man who secretly desires to look younger, but are worried about what others may think if you choose to “go under the knife?”